Nonprofit executive Rene Boisvert oversees Taking It to the Streets, a San Francisco-based non-profit group that provides a range of support services to those suffering in poverty. Prior to his activities with Taking It to the Streets, Rene Boisvert was a nationally recognized concert promoter promoting over 300 concerts throughout the western United States.
Boisvert’s expertise in street marketing led to an above industry level percentage of sold out shows.
“A true street promoter, Boisvert’s strength lies in his ability to work multiple marketing strategies within a given marketplace to achieve maximum possible sales.” — Billboard Magazine (international music trade publication)
Boisvert has taken his event industry marketing experience and expertise and has translated it for the benefit of
his non-profit organization Taking it to the Streets. His marketing talents has been used to establish the non-profit
fundraising business model Multiplication Philanthropy. The cutting edge of philanthropic fundraising.
The founder of Taking It to the Streets, Rene Boisvert, leads the cutting edge nonprofit organization that assists agencies that provides food, shelter, and medical services to individuals and families in need throughout California. Active in the local community, Rene Boisvert additionally serves on the board of directors of the Saint Vincent’s Day Home.
Founded in 1911, Saint Vincent’s Day Home remains in the same nineteenth century Victorian home where it began in West Oakland. The nonprofit organization operates a variety of early learning programs and provides family services to those who are most vulnerable. In addition to providing learning programs for toddlers and preschoolers, the organization runs a full-day, licensed kindergarten program.
Focusing on the whole individual, the organization also provides nutritious food and health screening for children. To support the family unit, Saint Vincent’s Day Home offers parent education and makes referrals to social services for families, with an emphasis on multi ethnic and single-parent families who struggle financially.
Boisvert offers his strategic planning and business development expertise to the Day Home. In 2007, Boisvert was
honored by the Day Home for his contributions.